Sydney answer by year end

NSW Minister for Tourism and Events, Adam Marshall, has promised a solution to the cruise infrastructure crisis in Sydney Harbour by the end of 2017, with a working party currently considering a number of options. Speaking to travel industry reps at an event at Parliament House in Sydney yesterday, Marshall (pictured) confirmed that the "cruise industry in Sydney has almost hit its limit," with current constraints meaning the harbour city cannot easily accept any more cruise ships. Despite the White Bay Cruise Terminal being available, many newer ships are too large ...
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